I was born and raised in Kentucky and became a Hoosier in 2017. I received my Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Summa Cum Laude, from Transylvania University, with a minor in Writing, Rhetoric, and Communications. I attended law school at the University of Kentucky College of Law. While at UK, I was a member of The Business Law Society, Christian Legal Society, and Sports Law Society. I also served as an Articles Editor for the Kentucky Journal of Equine, Agriculture and Natural Resources Law. I participated in UK’s Legal Clinic and was a recipient of the College of Law Pro Bono Award.

My work experience in law school that stretched beyond the campus, primarily came from my time with the non-profit organization, Legal Aid of the Bluegrass. During my first summer of law school I worked as a legal intern for The Finish Line, Inc., and during my second summer, I worked as a law clerk for the National Collegiate Athletic Association.

Notably, my connection to Indiana does not stop with summer internships. In fact, perhaps the most impressive thing I can say about myself is that I married an Indiana native, Casey (Corsaro) Hatfield. We have two daughters, Paisley and Addison and happily reside in Greenwood, Indiana. I am an avid sports enthusiast and if I am not spending time with my three favorite ladies, you can likely find me watching sporting events. For the curious mind, I am also a descendant of the Hatfield family made famous by the 2012 History Channel mini-series “Hatfields & McCoys.”

I was admitted to practice in the state and federal courts of Indiana in the Fall of 2017 after sitting for the bar in July of 2017. I am currently a member of the Indiana State Bar Association Young Lawyers Section, Indianapolis Bar Association and Johnson County Bar Association. My areas of practice consist of civil litigation, community association law, and debt collection, but I also assist in several other practice areas including workers compensation defense, subrogation, personal injury, and business formation.